After wrestling, Anushka Sharma preps up for Salman Khan’s ‘Sultan’ song

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March 1, 2016 1:31 PM

Bollywood starlet Anushka Sharma, who will be sharing the screen with Salman Khan for the first time, is leaving no stone unturned to perfect her role in the upcoming film 'Sultan'. After learning different wrestling techniques, the actress is now gearing hard for the movie's romantic track.

Bollywood starlet Anushka Sharma, who will be sharing the screen with Salman Khan for the first time, is leaving no stone unturned to perfect her role in the upcoming film ‘Sultan’. After learning different wrestling techniques, the actress is now gearing hard for the movie’s romantic track.

The 27-year-old actress recently took to her Instagram page and shared her selfie captioning it, “Rehearsals for song shoot for Sultan ON !!! #Sultan.”

Anushka and Salman will reportedly shoot a romantic number for ‘Sultan’ and it will surely be delight to watch both actors romancing on-screen.

Previously, the ‘PK’ actress hit the internet with videos, showing her training hard for wresting.

She also showed some wrestling moves, in a pictured shared on her Twitter handle with caption, “No pain no gain so just train #Wrestling # Sultan #Training.”

Ali Abbas Zafar’s directorial, which is based on the life of a wrestler, is slated to be released on Eid this year and will clash with Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Raees’ at the Box Office.

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